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Enhanced ReCast - WAWWH 18 - We Are What We Hated series




The boys flesh out their discussion about the parallels between what happened in the Weimar Republic and what is happening now in the United States and Europe. They also go deeper into Nazism's influence on South America.

Originally aired December 2011. Find more enhanced recasts archived at mediamodepresents.blogspot.com on the right hand side of the page.

This 30-part series explores Nazism; its origins, its workings then and now and its ramifications. Originally posted by Vyzygoth on his thinkorbeeaten.com site, he and Larry the Contractor Guy lay out Nazism in all its forms.

Tagged by mediamode, June 2013. Click the relevant button below to either download the enhanced version or listen to the mp3 while on this page (so you can refer to the chapter headings).




Chapter Headings for this episode:

Music and Intro

Life after (and before) wartime

Picked by the script?

How did Hitler play the Pied Piper?

Vyz tells a relevant story

What's going on with Germany now?

And now, we digress

Nazis and drugs in South America

Wrap up #1

Wrap up #2

Upcoming topics and such





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